On this episode of Straight Up With Stassi, Rachael O’Brien is back for the first half of the episode to chat about #theft and going to bed early. Then, Beau Clark joins Stassi to recap the final reunion of Season 10 of¬†Real Housewives of New York City.

“What is with people stealing sunglasses?”

“But see, that’s pathological. Jax stole these Gucci sunglasses of mine…” Rachael starts to say.

“He loves sunglasses,” Stassi laughs.

“He really does,” Rachael agrees.

“What is with people stealing sunglasses?” Stassi asks.

“You know what? I think they think they can get away with it because that’s something people always lose on their own,” Rachael suggests. “Like, ‘You probably just misplaced them.'”

“So thefty people are just really smart because they know exactly what to steal?” Stassi asks.

“Maybe they just steal a lot of different things and that’s the one we figure out,” Rachael says. “This whole thing is a sunglasses theme.”

“Jax stole sunglasses from you, Jax stole sunglasses for me, Jax stole sunglasses from a Sunglass hut, Jax stole sunglasses from Katie and gave then to his ex-girlfriend for her birthday, years ago before he met Brittany…” Stassi remembers.

“Oh my god, I forgot about that,” Rachael laughs. “She posted them on social media and Katie saw them and were like, ‘Those are mine…’ Carmen was so embarrassed. She didn’t know.”

“I would be embarrassed too, but I mean, how many things did Jax steal for us when we were dating that we didn’t know were stolen?” Stassi asks.

“There’s actually still stuff at my Palm Springs house that he would go work events and come home with a duffle bag of stuff with. There’s Tommy Bahama candles, Tommy Bahama rum, this Hermes soap thing… There are several things around the house,” Rachael says.

“Would he tell you that he got them for you, or would he admit that they were stolen?” Stassi asks.

“Oh of course he wouldn’t say that they were stolen,” Rachael says. “He’d say, ‘Oh, we were working this event and they gave us this stuff.’ Like, no, Jax, you stole it.”

“I love to bust his balls over this shit, it’s so funny,” Stassi laughs. “So much energy goes into stealing.”

“You’re already working, sir!” Rachael says. “Who has the time to steal things too?”

“Well, you told me to be honest…”

“Think about me as a housewife, as someone that you’re watching on TV,” Stassi says. “And you’re like, oh, this chick’s situation is ABCD.”

“Um, I thought your pilot was a bitch,” Beau says. “I feel like you were a brat with a massive amount of smarts on your shoulders.”

“Smarts? What does that mean?” Stassi asks.

“You have a lot of good ideas,” Beau clarifies. “Being a blonde-haired, big-boobed woman in Los Angeles who’s very pretty, you’re not just a dumb actress or something. You have things going on, you have ideas, you’re creative, you’re smart. I think that after talking to Lisa a couple of times, I see that you could totally be a baller bitch like she is in the next few years. And I see that there’s a really sweet, kind girl who’s been wrapped up in a reality show for eight years that makes you be a different way. I’m totally tooting my own horn… You meet someone who kind of opens up your inner self and brings out this different persona that you haven’t experienced in a while. I’ve been seeing that in the last year.”

“I did not expect that,” Stassi says. “That was really, really sweet.”

“Well, you told me to be honest,” Beau responds.

“I did say that,” Stassi says. “So I’m just going to say let’s sign off because that was really, really nice. Thank you. That was really sweet.”

“I’m just saying, I love you and what I’ve seen on the show might have been you eight years ago, two years ago, a year ago, ex-boyfriends, ex-friends, new friends, blah blah blah, but that’s not from when I met you,” Beau says. “I met you, we went through our stuff, and you’re my future. I have the biggest smile on my face right now.”

“I love you,” Stassi says.

“I love you,” Beau whispers back.

“This is so cheesy but it’s so good,” Stassi says. “Thank you so much for doing this.”


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